Chicken Macaroni Soup is a very simple and easy chicken soup version that you can make at home. It is also tasty and full of that hearty chicken flavor. I’m not sure if it was only psychological, but I felt better after having a generous bowl of this chicken soup. If you are a fan […]
There is nothing like having a bowl of hot Creamy Chicken Sopas to make you feel warm and comfy on a cold day, especially during this time when the temperature outside starts to get chilly. This recipe should be able to help you cook a delicious sopas that you can serve to the entire family. […]
Chicken Macaroni Sopas is a rich chicken noodle soup dish that I really enjoy having during cold weather, or even on an ordinary day — usually in the mid afternoon. I have had chicken macaroni sopas ever since I was a kid. This soup has been my favorite; I remember having this every afternoon as […]
Chicken Sopas is a soup dish filled with diced or shredded boneless chicken meat and elbow macaroni noodles. This chicken soup is a common breakfast or snack food among Filipino families particularly during the rainy season. Since this is a family favorite, most Filipino families have their own treasured Chicken Sopas recipe. I’m guessing that some recipes might even be passed from generation to generation.
The difference of Chicken Sopas from other traditional chicken soups is the use of milk. Fresh or even evaporated milk is added to the soup along with the chicken and different vegetables for a richer flavor. The addition of other meats such as diced hotdogs or luncheon meat in some recipes can also be considered as one of the factors that make this soup dish different from the traditional ones. I, for one, have tried almost all the versions of this dish (I even tried one recipe that makes use of chicken liver) and they were all great.
This particular recipe is one of the simplest recipes that I tried. I shot the video during our 3 day camping adventure at Indiana Dunes. In order to save some time and avoid a lot of mess, I used diced boneless chicken meat and chicken broth rather than deriving stock by boiling bone-in chicken. The taste is pretty much the same but you can save more money if you do it the traditional way: boiling bone-in chicken to make chicken stock and manually removing the meat from the bones.
By the way, the noodles and vegetables may vary depending on the recipe. Feel free to use the appropriate vegetables that you desire.
Can I also request you to share your way of making Chicken Sopas for the benefit of everyone? I am excited to learn from you.